How can i git pull with overwriting changes
I am having trouble in overiting changes from remote repo with git
- I am on master and
git status show 1 modified file
- Now i want to use git pull so that all current modification are overwriiten by pull from master
i tried this
git pull -Xtheirs
then in the last i get error that there is some modifcation to xxxx file. commit them or stash them. then it exit with
i had to stash that change and then again
git pull to make it work.
how can i do that without stashing
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